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The Educator Initiative Program provided $3,502 this year for teacher programs to benefit students. Organized by the Frankston United Methodist Church, the funds are provided to teachers to use for things the budget does not cover, said Jerry Beard. The funds are gathered each year from events such as the Gail McElroy Gospel Singing and a portion of the Lord’s Acre Festival. Among the grants was $1,389 for wiggle chairs for first grade students. Principal Melissa McIntire said young students like to wiggle and that the chairs, selected from a group of samples by the students, will allow for a little bit of movement. The grant was awarded to teachers Sheila Parrott, Carmen Ryals and Tonya Harrison and was presented by Beard. School Board President Junior Mascorro is also pictured. See the web page “Local News Photos” for additional Educator Initiative Program pictures.